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16 Salt Tarps, Half Red Half White, are woven in Ohio and sewn in Illinois, unloaded on a gantry in Brooklyn, on their way to cover a salt pile in Staten Island or Newark.
The installation was commissioned and supported by The Architectural League of New York, on the occasion of the League’s 2018 Beaux Arts Ball, Vector.
The installation is on view through October 7, with performances of “All but a dream” by the Crossman Dans(c)e Company on October 5 and 6. Visit the Brooklyn Navy Yard events page for more info.
Fujiko Nakaya’s five site art installation opened throughout the Emerald Necklace in Boston. We designed a wayfinding system for the installation and the park network. The installation is curated by Jen Mergel, and sponsored by the Emerald Necklace Conservancy.
Apollinaire Theatre stages A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Rock Chapel Marine and the PORT public access landscape in Chelsea MA.
Dan & Marie present "Building Metropolitan Consciousness" and "Temporary Place of Assembly: Certificate of Operation" at the ACSA conference in Marfa, Texas
Dan & Marie present their work at Northeastern University for the Common Ground lecture series.